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to assess kimble and hampton play grournd. i'm just wondering if some of the parks that one park has partnered with city fields is a non-profit; right? . do they manage kimble? >> no kimble has become a importantly sports field. we're in close communications with the seahawks but in all of our fields part of the, you know, that's a mix of permanent play and open play. one of the issues we just want to show up we want our catcher to come and through a ball around. the seahawks would not be utilizess open field so the sea headquarters wouldn't be charged to use - i'm sorry to use kimble >> or hampton? we have programs for which individuals kids could sign up and if their eligible for scholarships they come for free speech >> the sea hawk cheerleaders have been coming but now they don't feel their welcome anywhere there's new staff. a lot of the rec directors who are familiar with the community where no longer there. i'm just trying to understand are we basically pitting revenue before the community? before those programs and i want to see in the budget how this works and how we're c
on the neighborhood. >> we're at the corner of mt. auburn and kimble, less than half a mile away from where the shoot-out took place. police officers are saying they're going to continue to go door to door. by now, a more complete picture of just how violent and heavily armed the brothers were begins to emerge. in watertown at their home, evidence of bombs, pipe bombs and a pressure cooker. possibly similar to the one used in the bombing. >> we believe this to be a terrorist, we believe this to be a man who's come here to kill people. we need to get him in custody. >> reporter: by early morning, subways and buses were suspended. soon after, schools and universities closed down. police alerted residents to stay indoors and, quote, shelter in place. >> this is a very serious situation we're dealing with. >> reporter: s.w.a.t. team descended on a home in cambridge searching for the suspect. soon after, massachusetts governor duvall patrick ordered all of boston and the surrounding areas to go on lockdown. >> we're asking people to stay indoors with their doors locked and not to open the door for anyone
believe, our nation's best days lie ahead. god bless. >> sunday morning at 10:30. donovan kimble on leading a clue -- platoon of marines in iraq. reconsidering the insanity trial of mary tod lincoln. >> i went into the kiosk. i said i am here to report. a guard came up and said, i knew one of your campaign managers in ohio. i got down in there, the guard said, here, you have some hate mail. they gave me the mail. you go through the most embarrassing part of the strip down, and then i got into the intake, walked into prison, down into the courtyard. told the man that was supposed to take me around to get away. i was there not knowing where to go, where i am staying, in my pajama pants. another prisoner said, where is your escort that disposed take you around? i said, i do not know. he took me in the back of the laundry room, i walked back in and a man is sitting there and said, are you the congressman? i said, i used to be. he said you were republican? i said, well, republicans put me in here, you know. he said, i was the mayor of east cleveland. let me give you some clothes. host
're at the corner kimble and mt. auburn avenue which is sort of the main drag in watertown and the focus of a lot of this activity. it's not your typical friday morning to be sure here. and a community very, very much on edge. this is the epicenter of the community on edge. it goes throughout the boston area. >> scott, i mean, you see the police activity. is it strd centered in all sma area of watertown? we're trying to get an understanding of how wide this is. >> there are police everywhere. oeg down this treat here to parts unknown, i guess. there had been pictures of activity at different homes and things, the police were going door to door. one of the things going into this was this announcement to the community, don't open your door for anyone except a police officer and we will make it very clear that it is a police officer. that's how serious it was. a manhunt with an armed and dangerous potentially deadly suspect who is at large here. and there was the thinking, of course, all along that, you know, why watertown? perhaps they have some sort of ties here, knew where to go, and was there a
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